President Donald Trump has found it difficult to get anything done while the swamp is still full and defiant Democrats and Republicans continue to block all of his attempts to pass sensible legislation.
Conservative critic Rush Limbaugh weighed in on Trump’s struggles on Friday, saying that he had become bogged down in “the swamp” and was “playing the swamp’s game.”
“It’s pure politics. And it’s the politics of the swamp, folks. The swamp has got Trump playing the swamp’s game right now. And that’s not what Trump was elected to do, and that’s not what Trump wants. Trump does not want to play the swamp’s game,” Limbaugh said.
“If Trump thought the investigation was needlessly harming the country and derailing us at a time we needed to be focused on real dangers and enemies, he could do it,” Limbaugh explained.
“There would be hell to pay in the media, don’t misunderstand. I mean, it would dwarf what’s happening,” he added.
Conservative Tribune reports:
Trump has grown increasingly frustrated with how his agenda is becoming derailed by this endless investigation — an investigation that after several months still hasn’t found one shred of evidence to back up any of the claims out there.
With health care reform, tax reform, infrastructure and foreign policy crises on the table for Trump to deal with, he doesn’t have time to play petty politics — but that’s exactly what he has been forced to do over the past few months.
“But the idea that he’s been hamstrung since the beginning because he was inaugurated under investigation, and at that time we didn’t even know what it was. It was just the FBI looking into Russia and collusion,” Limbaugh added.
Listen to the full interview here.
It’s a real shame that Trump cannot follow through on his promises because he is being blocked by the Democrats and members of his own party.
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